The Americas

 
MSF Chagas project in Aiquile, Bolivia
The Americas

Bolivia

Bolivia is still the country with the highest incidence of Chagas worldwide. It is endemic in 60 per cent of the country and around 4.4 million people are at risk of infection.
 
Humanitarian and medical needs of Venezuelan migrants and asylum seekers in Roraima state, Brazil
The Americas

Brazil

More than 1,200 Haitians, who had fled the devastation of the earthquake of January 2010 and sought asylum in Brazil, were stranded. They were not allowed to work or leave Tabatinga until they received authorisation, and this was taking months. Many were living in extremely poor conditions.
 
The Americas

Chile

MSF worked in Chile following the earthquake that struck the country in February 2010.
 
Violence in Buenaventura
The Americas

Colombia

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) supported migrants, relatives of victims of forced disappearances, displaced people and victims of violence in Colombia throughout 2018.
 
The Americas

Cuba

MSF began work in Cuba in 1993 and left in 1999.
 
The Americas

Ecuador

MSF first worked in Ecuador in 1996 and spent a month providing mental health support and distributing relief items after two earthquakes hit the country in 2016.